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PR No. 946 South Central Railway Holds ‘Cultural Pride’ event As Part of “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” Celebrations

As envisaged by the Ministry of Railways, South Central Railway is undertaking year long celebrations as part of 2nd Phase of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. An event focusing o­n the theme “Cultural Pride” was held today i.e., 06thMarch, 2023 at Rail Nilayam Auditorium, Secunderabad. Shri Arun Kumar Jain, General Manager, SCR graced the occasion along with Shri P. Udhay Kumar Reddy, Additional General Manager, SCR, Shri Rajiv Kishore, Principal Chief Personnel Officer, SCR, Smt. K. Padmaja, Chief Commercial Manager (C&PS) and President, Lalita Kala Samithi and Shri Ravi P. Padi, GM, CRIS and Vice President, Lalitha Kala Samithi.

  To commemorate 75 years of independent India, the nation has been celebrating Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav across the length of breadth of the country. Indian Railways was intricately associated with the freedom struggle, connecting Patriots across diverse regions – socially, culturally and politically among others. This year, Railways will be taking up yearlong campaigns focusing o­n nine different themes. As part of the same, the Railways are celebrating “Cultural Pride” theme this month, giving special focus to honour the legacy of our freedom struggle.

  On this occasion, SCR employees enacted a patriotic skit o­n Shaheed Bhagat Singh's heroic acts during the early 20th century as part of the Indian Freedom Movement. The skit which enacted the ideals of the freedom fighter and his heroic acts against the British rule in India drew huge applause from the audience at Rail Nilayam auditorium. This was followed by a gracious Kuchipudi Dance program (Mahisasura Mardini) showcasing the pride of our culture and traditions.

 Speaking o­n the occasion, Shri Arun Kumar Jain appreciated the performance of the SCR artists in performing both the cultural acts. He recollected the huge impact that Shaheed Bhagat Singh had o­n our freedom struggle as well as the role played by our traditional dance forms like the Kuchipudi dance art in strengthening the bonds among the local public. He called upon everyone to strive to preserve and develop our rich culture for the appreciation of their importance even by the next generations.

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